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The Huntley Twins

Ashley and Alisha Huntley, identical twins from North County, were just 16 when they dropped out of high school. They had lost their mother to breast cancer, and hope as a result.

Linda Foster

Linda Foster is a fighter. Her story is one of courage and perseverance in the face of personal tragedy and hardship. The 62-year-old-STLCC graduate has twice survived cancer, and earned a certificate and a degree during her struggles.

Angela Hamilton

South St. Louis native Angela Hamilton grew up in a blue-collar family with three older brothers, spending her youth racing bikes and exploring the overflow tunnels of the River desPeres. As the first in her family to attend college, she is an associate professor of English at St. Louis Community College–Meramec. Hamilton is reaching not only beyond the classroom, but beyond the borders of the United States to educate her students.

Kelsey Hunter as the character Kyo Sohma from Fruits Basket
For Kelsey Hunter, a passion for anime may have sparked an idea for a career path.
“I love anime, manga, video games and pop culture,” said Kelsey in a recent interview. “Anime STL is a great place to meet cool people who share my interests.” It's also a place for Kelsey to investigate...